Bodewes Trader-class cargo ship Tasman, delivered in April this year from the shipbuilder’s Hoogezand yard (photo credit: Royal Bodewes).

Both general-purpose and specialised dry cargo vessels continue to figure substantially in Dutch shipbuilding output, underlining an ability to remain cost-competitive, writes David Tinsley.

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